TICCIH Bulletin


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The TICCIH Bulletin is published and distributed electronically four times a year and is sent free to members. The Editor´s policy is to concentrate on methodological themes that can be of interest in different parts of the world, and news of projects, activities, meetings and conferences in which TICCIH members are likely to be involved.

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Industrial Heritage Retooled

Industrial Heritage Re-tooled Cover

TICCIH Thematic Studies and Published Reports

  • Context for World Heritage Bridges, by Eric DeLony  1996
  • Railways as World Heritage Sites, by Anthony Coulls 1999
  • The International Canal Monuments List, by Stephen Hughes 1996
  • The International Colleries Study, by Stephen Hughes 2001
  • The International context for textile sites by Mark Watson
  • Les villages ouvriers comme éléments du patrimoine de l’industrie, by Louis Bergeron 1995


Industrial Patrimony

Industrial Patrimony

Patrimoine de l’Industrie/Industrial Patrimony is T.I.C.C.I.H. Journal created in 1999 by Louis Bergeron and Maria Teresa Maiullari-Pontois, published and financed, since January 1st, 2005, by Koinetwork geie1, in its role of T.I.C.C.I.H European Agency. The journal is published in partnership with the I.C.O.M.O.S.

TICCIH paid up members are can deduct a 10% off their subscription to Patrimoine de l’industrie/Industrial Patrimony